Jayden Ojeda will make a fourth consecutive Bathurst start and third with Matt Stone Racing, this time alongside Jack Le Brocq. Ojeda has been in fine form in 2023, notably winning the Bathurst 6 Hour.
The 2019 Super3 runner-up continued his rise in 2021, returning with title-winning team MW Motorsport.
MW Motorsport gave Ojeda a strong platform to push the likes of 2019 rival Broc Feeney for top rookie honours.
He took the title fight to the final round, and later completed solo wildcard starts for Walkinshaw Andretti United in 2022.
Ojeda started racing karts from age seven and by 2010 was NSW state champion.
Further state titles came in 2013 and ’14, along with the opportunity to represent Australia at the Rotax World Championships in Spain.
Ojeda stepped up to the Victorian Formula Ford Championship in 2015, taking a maiden race win, and then moved into the national series the following year, placing fourth in the points.
After another season in Australian Formula Ford, he took out the Australian F4 Championship with the AGI Sport team, winning a remarkable 14 of 21 races.
Moving into Super3 in 2019 aboard an Anderson Motorsport Falcon FG, Ojeda won four races and fell just shy of the title.
Ojeda also secured a last-minute Supercars debut in a Garry Rogers Motorsport wildcard to contest the Bathurst 1000 in 2020.